Uganda has been remarkable in reducing the its rate of HIV infection over the past two decades. Multiple and concurrent partnerships (MCP) was recognized as one of the most important contributors of the country's HIV epidemic. As such, several programmatic interventions and communication strategies were developed to bring awareness to the risks associated with engaging in MCP, including HIV acquisition. Here you will find a collection of resources on efforts in Uganda to address MCP, including research reports, a presentation of lessons learned, and a brief on a communication campaign implemented to warn people of the risks associated with MCP.